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The Hungarian Far Right: Social Demand, Political Supply, and International Context (Explorations of the Far Right)
The Hungarian Far Right: Social Demand, Political Supply, and International Context (Explorations of the Far Right) ReleaseDate:2017-10-31
Label:Ibidem Press
Author:Péter Krekó
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This timely book examines far-right politics in Hungary—but its relevance points much beyond Hungary. With its two main players, the radical right Jobbik and populist right Fidesz, it is at the same time an Eastern European, European, and global phenomenon. Jobbik and Fidesz, political parties with a populist, nativist, authoritarian approach, Eastern and pro-Russian orientation, and strong anti-Western stance, are on the one hand products of the problematic transformation period that is typical for post-communist countries. But they are products of a "populist zeitgeist" in the West as well, with declining trust in representative democratic and supranational institutions, politicians, experts, and the mainstream media. The rise of politicians such as Nigel Farage in the U.K., Marine Le Pen in France, Norbert Hofer in Austria, and, most notably, Donald Trump in the U.S. are clear indications of this trend.

In this book, the story of Jobbik (and Fidesz), contemporary players of the Hungarian radical right scene, are not treated as separate case studies, but as representatives of broader international political trends. Far-right parties such as Jobbik (and increasingly Fidesz) are not pathologic and extraordinary, but exaggerated, seemingly pathological manifestations of normal, mainstream politics. The radical right is not the opposite and denial of the mainstream, but the sharp caricature of the changing national, and often international mainstream.

Quantitative Social Science: An Introduction
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Label:Princeton Univ Pr
Author:Kosuke Imai
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Farm Women: Work, Farm, and Family in the United States (UNC Institute for Research in the Social Sciences)
Farm Women: Work, Farm, and Family in the United States (UNC Institute for Research in the Social Sciences) ReleaseDate:2017-10-01
Label:The University of North Carolina Press
Author:Rachel Ann Rosenfeld
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Rosenfeld argues that farm women have rarely been identified as productive farm workers and that they continue to be seen only as mothers and homemakers. She shows that in addition to performing a wide range of farm work, these women in fact help ensure the farm's economic survival by contributing wages from outside employment. She raises questions about government policy and stresses the need for study in both industrialized and development societies.

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Causal Inference for Statistics, Social, and Biomedical Sciences: An Introduction
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Label:Cambridge University Press
Author:Guido W. Imbens
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Social Science and Policy-Making: A Search for Relevance in the Twentieth Century
Social Science and Policy-Making: A Search for Relevance in the Twentieth Century ReleaseDate:2009-12-21
Label:University of Michigan Press
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This collection of essays examines how the social sciences in America were developed as a means of social reform and later, especially after World War II, as a tool in federal policymaking and policy analysis. It also uses arenas of policymaking, such as early childhood education and welfare and its reform, as case studies in which social research was used, in policy decisions or in setting and evaluating policy goals. The book is written to aid students of public policy to appreciate the complex relationship of information--principally, of social science research--to policymaking at the federal level.

David L. Featherman is Professor of Sociology and Psychology, Director and Senior Research Scientist, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan. Maris A. Vinovskis is Bentley Professor of History, Senior Research Scientist, Institute for Social Research, Faculty member, School of Public Policy, University of Michigan.


Social Work in Context: Theory and Concepts
Social Work in Context: Theory and Concepts ReleaseDate:2017-09-30
Label:SAGE Publications Ltd
Author:Lester Parrott
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This book examines key sociological theories that have contributed to the understanding of the nature of social work, its organisation and delivery. It provides key sociological concepts and theories to help student social workers better understand the nature of their work and the social and political context within which they will be working. Taking a practical approach to social work, and focusing on the application of theory, the book also provides insightful discussions to important thinkers such as Douglas, Beck and Furedi, and how their ideas have direct relevance for understanding the risk averse nature of social work.

The Divided Path: The German Influence on Social Reform in France After 1870
The Divided Path: The German Influence on Social Reform in France After 1870 ReleaseDate:2017-10-01
Label:The University of North Carolina Press
Author:Allan Mitchell
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With The Divided Path, Allan Mitchell completes his superb trilogy on the German influence in France between the wars of 1870 and 1914. Mitchell's focus here is on the French response to the pathbreaking social legislation passed during the 1880s in imperial Germany under Otto von Bismarck. Operating under a liberal republican regime, France tended to reject the interventionist policies of its imposing neighbor and to seek a distinctly French solution to the many social problems that became more pressing as the nineteenth century reached its climax in the First World War.

Mitchell's carefully researched study investigates a number of specific issues that remain of direct relevance today, such as gender relationships, health care (including the treatments and prevention of infectious disease), labor conflicts, taxation policy, social security measures, and international tensions on the eve of a major war. He shows that certain key problems of public health and welfare found different solutions in France and Germany, and he explains why the differences emerged and how they defined the two major competitors of continental Europe. The nineteenth-century epidemic of tuberculosis provides a case in point: the German state intervened to combat the dreaded disease with vigorous measures of public hygiene and popular sanatoria, but the French republic moved more cautiously to limit interference in the private sphere, even though laissez faire often meant laissez mourir.

Mitchell's book is the first full-scale study of French social reform after 1870 that is based on documentation in both France and Germany. The first hesitant steps of the French welfare state are thrown into sharp relief by comparison with developments in Germany. No other work on modern France presents such a broad panorama of social reform, and none draws together such a rich tableau of telling detail about the development of the French health and welfare system after 1870.

In a lucid conclusion, Mitchell places this story in the general context of his three volumes, thereby offering a summary of the Franco-German encounter that has come to dominate the history of Europe in the twentieth century.

Originally published in 1991.

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Lost in Space: Probing Feminist Science Fiction and Beyond
Lost in Space: Probing Feminist Science Fiction and Beyond ReleaseDate:2017-10-01
Label:The University of North Carolina Press
Author:Marleen S. Barr
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Archaeologists and anthropologists discover other civilizations; science fiction writers invent them. In this collection of her major essays, Marleen Barr argues that feminist science fiction writers contribute to postmodern literary canons with radical alternatives to mainstream patriarchal society. Because feminist science fiction challenges male-centered social imperatives, it has been marginalized and dismissed from the canon--thus, lost in space. Moving beyond feminist science fiction itself, Barr goes on to examine other literary genres from the perspective of 'feminist fabulation'--a term she has coined to encompass science fiction, fantasy, utopian literature, and mainstream literature that critiques patriarchal fictions. Discussing the works of such writers as Margaret Atwood, Joanna Russ, Salman Rushdie, Paul Theroux, Ursula Le Guin, Herman Melville, Saul Bellow, Edgar Allan Poe, and Marge Piercy, Barr illuminates feminist science fiction's connections to other literary traditions and contemporary canons. Her critical analysis yields a new and expanded understanding of feminist creativity.



Participatory Visual Methodologies: Social Change, Community and Policy
Participatory Visual Methodologies: Social Change, Community and Policy ReleaseDate:2017-09-30
Label:SAGE Publications Ltd
Author:Claudia Mitchell
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This book demonstrates how data from participatory visual methods can take people and communities beyond ideological engagement, initiating new conversations and changing perspectives, policy debates, and policy development. These methods include, for example, photo-voice, participatory video, drawing/mapping, and digital storytelling.


Organised around a series of tools that have been used across health, education, environmental, and sociological research, Participatory Visual Methodologies illustrates how to maintain participant engagement in decision-making, navigate critical issues around ethics, track policies, and maximize the potential of longitudinal studies. Tools discussed include:



  • Pedagogical screenings

  • Digital dialogue devices

  • Upcycling and ‘speaking back’ interventions

  • Participant-led policy briefs


An authoritative and accessible guide to how participatory visual methods and arts-based methods can influence social change, this book will help any postgraduate researcher looking to contribute to policy dialogue.





The Party of Eros: Radical Social Thought and the Realm of Freedom
The Party of Eros: Radical Social Thought and the Realm of Freedom ReleaseDate:2017-10-01
Label:The University of North Carolina Press
Author:Richard King
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In this provocative study, the author treats Goodman, Marcuse, and Brown as the three most important radical social theorists in America since the end of World War II. His reasoned conclusions will attract anyone interested in the nonpolitical background of today's radical social thought.

Originally published 1972.

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